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Diver, help the woman, 86, to recover the wedding ring she lost to lake, Pennsylvania

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An 86-year-old woman with a scuba diver in order to find her missing wedding ring, in Pennsylvania, and he in one way or another, defied the odds to make it.

Grace Paulnack, of Hawley, Pa., it had already been wearing the ring, a 64-year-old.

“You have to know what you are trying to balance yourself on a dock? Well, flip, Grace, Paulnack, told WNEP-TV.

Dip Lt Rich Slidgerski found a woman’s missing wedding ring in 18 feet of water at Lake Wallenpaupack in Pennsylvania.
(Ledgedale Dive/Rescue Team)

A MISSOURI MAN’S SECRET QUEST TO FIND HIS WIFE’S LOST WEDDING RING

She had lost the ring on Wednesday at Lake Wallenpaupack in the Poconos.

“I thought it would be a sign for the future,” the 89-year-old husband, Carl, Paulnack said. “This is the end of our lives. I’m not a superstitious person, but I think this is a sign for the future. It is a carrier of the things to come. Now, she says, ” don’t worry about it, it has a different ring to it.’ No, I just want the ring.”

The Ledgedale Volunteer Fire department’s Dive and Rescue Team in Lake Ariel, responded to the call for help.

Grace Paulnack, 86, was delighted with her wedding ring on her finger after losing it in a lake Wednesday.
(Ledgedale Dive/Rescue Team)

“When I got the call, I knew that we had to move on,” Lt.-Rich Slidgerski, told the station. “Most of the time, we see people on their worst days. It was a great thing.”

Slidgerski found that the ring is in 18 feet of water.

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“Even after I told him no the price was on the Swim team, make a donation,” he wrote on Facebook.

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